culinary arts grad. nutrition facts lover. vegetarian chef. marathon runner. country music maniac. failed dog trainer. hot yoga fanatic. cullen's mama.
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Looks like your event was a huge success! YAY,great job! All the dishes look great. The chocolate beet cake sounds amazing.
First time at your new WordPress site – beautiful!
You are so lucky to have such an awesome internship!! When I did mine it was at legal seafoods…and it was very stressful! And an eye opener on “chain” restauarant foods.
Wow! That sounds like such a neat opportunity. :)
I can only imagine the stress thought. Hopefully raw night runs a little better.
Sunflowers are my absolute favorite.
Wow – what a great evening and a fantastic effort by you! It all looks so fantastic!!!!
the farm and food look amazing! i can’t read about beets without remembering dwight bringing erin a huge basket of freshly picked beets for secretary’s day :)
your new layout is breathtaking! a phenomenal changeover and gorgeous blog!
YAYYYYYY leaving a comment is so easy!!!!!!!!!!!!
The event looks gorgeous.
And Allison was my preceptor at the heath dept!!
I love the new layout!!!
Big high five for your successful night. Everything looks great =)
That sounds like an incredibly stressful even to me, but that is awesome that you had such a great time!
I love the new look of your blog! It looks great!*
All that looks wonderful! Wish I could have been there ;)
What a fantastic event!
And the new blog looks amazing! Good job!
Your blog looks fantastic! Great job on that dinner- it seems like it was super stressful but for a worthy cause :-)
ha! Waterford crystal!! that’s great! It comes from Ireland… just 30 minutes from where i live currently :)
unfortunately, Waterford Crystal is no more… keep that piece though! it will increase in value :)
Emily @ The Front Burner Blog Reply:June 12th, 2010 at 11:11 pm
haha good to know! i have the matching vase too :)
Emily, My black bean burgers never come out as good as yours look! I always 1/2 the recipe (could that be why?) and they seem dry and easily fall apart. Any suggestions? I thought about adding a bit more EVOO?
Also-on a side note- I can’t believe how easy they are to make and once I perfect them i plan on sharing the recipe with my clients- such a great, easy and cheap recipe, thanks!
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